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goofy

Pomeroy, WA

#1 Mar 12, 2009
this guy needs to retire
Ryan

Mclean, VA

#2 Mar 12, 2009
Sterlin Marlin is one of the best drivers ever !
goofy

Pomeroy, WA

#3 Mar 13, 2009
he sucks now though!
Byobbio

Knoxville, TN

#4 Mar 14, 2009
It's all about the equipment. Nascar needs to retire!
Drew

AOL

#5 Mar 15, 2009
Give Marlin a good sponsor and a good ride. See what happens. It is all about the money. Marlin has more talent than half those idiots on the track today.
jstan

AOL

#6 Mar 16, 2009
Sterling Marlin ran a car for Chip Ganassi when that team first entered nascar. He was in first place for points then had a accident which fractured a neck bone. He could no longer race that season. It took I believe another 8 races before he was bumped from first place that was how far he was in first. He had a top car and crew. He hasn't since. Give him a chance, he may surprise you.
Joe

Dallas, TX

#7 Mar 20, 2009
Goofy is the perfect title for you. I've followed Sterling since '94 and met him I believe it was in 2001 in Centreville, Va. Classiest guy out there. If given the good equipment he may still be on the top of his game. But that jerk owner Ganassi gave all the good cars to McMurray and what did he do with it? He ended up leaving and what does Ganassi do then...gives it to wreck job Mears and now he's got Julio Iglesias driving for him.Just didn't have the patience for Sterling to heal from his injury. Good on you Ganasty!
wow

Caledonia, NY

#8 Mar 22, 2009
after that win last night, someone should give him a better ride than what he's got.
rock

Ringgold, GA

#9 Mar 27, 2009
someone please give sterling a good ride and let him show u he can still win races
James

AOL

#10 May 9, 2009
sterling was the best thing gannassi had. sterling and glover was a hard to beat duo, give them the equiptment, like that snot nose bush and see what happens
billy h

Brooklyn, NY

#11 Aug 2, 2009
alot of you young guys should read his book. sterling marlin, the silver bullet. it's written by Larry Woody. you can get it at www.sportspublishingllc.com . he and his father ave as much respect as the pettys and allisons, and alot more. to many real men to mention in one paragraph. go sterling.
BignastyGS

Amboy, WA

#12 Aug 16, 2009
It seems the new style of race teams want young guys who are more camera savvy. The way Nascar screwed up racing is terrible. It seems they whine and bitch about every possible thing and the new drivers are pansy-asses. I am and always will be a Sterling Marlin fan as he is one of the nicest,down to earth people I have ever met. I have met many of the newer drivers and the majority of them are idiots who need their butts kicked in from their over confidence and arrogance. Sterling just needs good equipment and he'd be in the top like the young guys...
Byobbio

Kingsport, TN

#13 Aug 19, 2009
BignastyGS wrote:
It seems the new style of race teams want young guys who are more camera savvy. The way Nascar screwed up racing is terrible. It seems they whine and bitch about every possible thing and the new drivers are pansy-asses. I am and always will be a Sterling Marlin fan as he is one of the nicest,down to earth people I have ever met. I have met many of the newer drivers and the majority of them are idiots who need their butts kicked in from their over confidence and arrogance. Sterling just needs good equipment and he'd be in the top like the young guys...
You seem to be in the know. Sterling Marlin is my favorite driver. Wonder if he's done after this year. Every time a good ride opens up, i think he'll get a shout, but they go with these 20 somethings. Any thoughts on whether or not he'll drive full time next year??
Cowboysfan

United States

#14 Sep 29, 2009
Sterling is my favorite driver too, but I think it's time to hang it up. I hate seeing him go out there and run 20 laps and then have to park it. he's better than that. He needs to retire to his home and enjoy hs life and his Tennessee Volunteers!
hemimandan

South Milwaukee, WI

#15 Oct 2, 2009
I have two of Sterlings tires I will put on some rims and smoke 'em while on my Dart in tribute to my favorite driver from when Nascar was an American sport.
Nous

Dallas, TX

#16 Oct 13, 2009
Sterling Marlin...recently, just a money-cashing crook, taking advantage of the start-and-park opportunity. Nascar should have a close look at this soon.
Sterling Marlin...in the past, an absolute hazard on the track. If Nascar had drug testing way back then, he would not have set foot into a racing car from the start of what he probably proudly calls his "career". And what is in real life nothing much to show for, apart from causing wrecks.
Sterling Marlin is a faker whom wants to profile himself as a good old boy when he is nothing else than white trailer trash. Have you ever caught a glimpse of that thing he is married to ? Or listened to what comes out off her mouth when she desperately jumps in front of a camera whenever her hubby gets a sec of airing time ? Disgusting. They are a disgrace to Nascar. Give me a gentleman driver any time.
Byobbio

Kingsport, TN

#17 Nov 2, 2009
Nous wrote:
Sterling Marlin...recently, just a money-cashing crook, taking advantage of the start-and-park opportunity. Nascar should have a close look at this soon.
Sterling Marlin...in the past, an absolute hazard on the track. If Nascar had drug testing way back then, he would not have set foot into a racing car from the start of what he probably proudly calls his "career". And what is in real life nothing much to show for, apart from causing wrecks.
Sterling Marlin is a faker whom wants to profile himself as a good old boy when he is nothing else than white trailer trash. Have you ever caught a glimpse of that thing he is married to ? Or listened to what comes out off her mouth when she desperately jumps in front of a camera whenever her hubby gets a sec of airing time ? Disgusting. They are a disgrace to Nascar. Give me a gentleman driver any time.
Nous you are a lous-er. You must be a Greg Biffle fan. You also must not have been to a Nascar race. You also must be from Canada. You don't know what the hell you are talking about. Sterling is the classiest driver out there. Start and park is part of the deal when you want to drive for a sponsor who has no money. Have you seen their crew at the track? There's like 5 total members while JJ and JG have like 40 per team. it's all in fun. You don't have to watch nascar if you don't like it. Me? I think he should be driving one of those more funded teams and show you punks what a great driver he is. He taught many of those snot-nosed million dollar drivers out there how to get around.

Go Vols.
Trudy Lacy

Tyler, TX

#18 Dec 18, 2009
Drew wrote:
Give Marlin a good sponsor and a good ride. See what happens. It is all about the money. Marlin has more talent than half those idiots on the track today.


I agree!!!!! What a shame, another good driver taken away from us.
Trudy Lacy

Tyler, TX

#19 Dec 18, 2009
Too bad no one sees the talent he really has
Byobbio

Kingsport, TN

#20 Dec 22, 2009
Trudy Lacy wrote:
Too bad no one sees the talent he really has
Amen!

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